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clanked

mod. exhausted; pooped. I’m really clanked, man. Gotta take a rest.
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ago British Rail puffed clanked Tyneside Wearside Ermel The speed-up of trains over the years has been remarkable.
2 : to move with a clank <The old pickup clanked down the road.
Spiked belts clanked against precariously placed buttons and cig smoke floated as everyone chattered about their favorite parts and plans for the rest of the night.
The trumpets blared, the man in the leopard-skin apron whacked out the booming rhythm on the big drum, and the vanquished clanked in irons in the middle of the procession.
Massive and not so massive pieces of machinery whirred and rattled and clanked, processors blinked and automated video presentations told and retold messages of product design, development and benefits.
The Bears, who did not have a run of more than two consecutive baskets in the first 30 minutes, had its lone moment with a 10-2 run to pull within 58-45 with 8:44 to play before the clanked shots, unforced turnovers and defensive malaise manifested again.
Loucks, who missed a chance at an insurance goal when her shot clanked off the left post in the 79th minute, said: ``I have a lot of respect for that team.
The Matadors misfired on countless shots in the first half, shots that clanked off the glass and ricocheted across court.
See missed another long-range shot on the other end and Matadors guard Michael Scott clanked a shot off the side of the backboard as the shot clock expired.
Shots that were falling earlier clanked off the rim, and Inglewood, tired of playing passively against the zone, started driving hard to the basket to force the issue.
In patients recently under observation, its visible symptoms include clanked free throws, airballed jump shots, poor shoot-or-pass decisions, a failure to box out rebounders and an ill-timed slip by a crunch-time playmaker.